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- In older adults, frailty and depression symptoms are linked and can affect spouses
- HPV infection can be identified in self-collected vaginal swabs
- Light-powered 3-D printer creates terahertz lens
- Benefits of stem cells for treating spinal cord injuries assessed
- Salt-inducible kinases may have therapeutic potential for autoimmune diseases
- Trauma in a bee: Entomologists shed light on bizarre mating mechanisms of native twisted-winged parasites
- Personal cooling units on the horizon
- Do bearded dragons dream? Reptiles share sleep patterns with mammals and birds
- Snails select sources of food based on dislike for smells rather than acceptable taste
- Are we alone? Setting some limits to our planet's uniqueness
- Kenya to Burn Ivory to Raise Awareness of Growing Poaching Problem
- Can Uber-Style Buses Help Relieve India's Air Pollution?
- Half of All Farmed Fish Have Deformed Ear Bones That Cause Hearing Loss
- Wooden Skypscrapers Grow in Popularity in Effort to Reduce Emissions
- From Mass Coral Bleaching, A Scientist Looks for Lessons
- Ban academics from talking to ministers? We should train them to do it!
- So this company Cyagen is paying authors for citations in academic papers.
- Fixing flaws in science must be professionalised. By me in the Journal of Clinical Epidemiology.
- New BMJ editorial: “How Medicine is Broken, and How We Can Fix It”
- Two interviews on withheld trials, NPR and ABC
- What It’s Like to Be a Female Gravity Wave Hunter - Facts So Romantic
- Epilepsy Patients Are Helping Us Read Minds - Facts So Romantic
- Can a Cat Have an Existential Crisis? - Issue 35: Boundaries
- Spark of Science: Chiara Mingarelli - Issue 35: Boundaries
- Are There Barbarians at the Gates of Science? - Issue 35: Boundaries
- <a href="/story/la-ciudad-robusta-que-declar%C3%B3-la-guerra-la-obesidad">La ciudad robusta que declaró la guerra a la obesidad</a>
- <a href="/story/fighting-over-fatigue">Fighting over fatigue</a>
- <a href="/story/hay-luz-al-final-del-bistur%C3%AD">Hay luz al final del bisturí</a>
- <a href="/story/puedes-transformarte-en-alguien-distinto-trav%C3%A9s-de-la-mente">¿Puedes transformarte en alguien distinto a través de la mente?</a>
- <a href="/story/los-se%C3%B1ores-suicidas">Los señores suicidas, o de cómo el perfeccionismo social puede ser mortal</a>
- Evolving toxins makes frogs more likely to go extinct | @GrrlScientist
- What happened to wildlife when Chernobyl drove humans out? It thrived | @GrrlScientist
- Hummingbirds nest near hawks for protection | @GrrlScientist
- Predictable evolution: bad news for toads, good news for their predators | @GrrlScientist
- Birds in love produce more babies, study shows | @GrrlScientist
- Rio de Janeiro is beautiful, yet rotten with pollution
- 20 random reasons to really love trees
- Open concept modern tiny home has plenty of personality
- Celebrating Arbor Day: How responsible forest management helps fight deforestation
- Solar LED spotlight adds convenience & security to outdoor spaces (review)
- San Francisco’s Trump Protest Sums Up Election 2016 in One Flaming Piñata
- Gadget Lab Podcast: The Pink MacBook Waltzes Into Our Hearts
- Take a Digital Magnifying Glass to an Epic New Map of Pluto
- Game|Life Podcast: Sorry, But Nintendo’s Only Showing Zelda at E3
- Song Exploder: How the Lumineers Turned Strife Into Their New Single ‘Ophelia’
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